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Where would be a good place to but a new universal air conditioning kit from , the sort of kit you can get for classic trucks you know the one fits all type of kit

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I just had a custom AC system put in. Love driving the car in Hot!! Houston, Texas.

Try these two places, they may be able to help you out.

www.vintageair.com

www.classicautoair.com

Cheers,

Ozzy

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Where would be a good place to but a new universal air conditioning kit from , the sort of kit you can get for classic trucks you know the one fits all type of kit

Try this place I have had good luck with them they bend over backwards. Even made me a custom fitting for my original evaperator. looks like this might even fit inside of a standard 2002 center console. http://www.nostalgicairparts.com/air-conditioning/ud-500-under-dash-air-only-thin-evaporator-608.php

Ozzy hope the bracket worked out sounds like everything is up and working.

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thanks for all the info , do you have any pictures of your air con fitted in your cars

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thanks for all the info , do you have any pictures of your air con fitted in your cars

Mine came with a fridgeking unit (BMW aftermarket for 2002) and i just redid everything. I kept the original evaporator and replaced everthing else. I tossed the york compressor and got a sanden 508 and had a bracket built, new hoses, fittings and dryer. I also bought a new condenser 11"x 18 with electric fan. all from http://www.nostalgicairparts.com/air-conditioning/universal-r-134a-hose-kit-with-drier-359.php I will see if I can find some shots in the car. What are you looking for?

Dave

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I have a couple that could stand to have some A/C.

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Dave, who did the bracket? This is the bracket that mounts the compressor to the block? Is it driven by a separate belt? Thanks

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I went to a great place here in Houston. Dropped it off on a Weds and they had it ready on Monday. The AC blows nice and cold. Seeing it was an ALL New system and a bigger condenser, I had them use 134a.

I a really happy with it! Wish I had done it sooner. Instead of spending money on continually fixing the old dealer installed AC. Now I have a brand new system with a warranty.

Could not have done it with out (02hobiedave) Dave having those brackets made to fit the rotary compressor. Thanks again!

CUSTOM CAR COOL

1525-C North Post Oak Road

Houston, TX 77055

(713) 680 9664

www.customcarcool.com

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